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Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Generation. This is a word that has circled in my brain for well over 2 years now. It is a gathering point for me. It is a word that conjures up unity toward a common cause, theme–the Kingdom. To me the word generation is not about age or demographic or what era you were born. No, for me it is the HERE and NOW. Those right here, right now who long to “do life differently” with their actions. Those right here and right now who live in grace»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Our modern idea of generations is overrated and may even distort our vision of how the church is designed to function. David KinnamanYou Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church…and Rethinking Faith (Baker Books, 2011), Kindle Loc 3202 The post Our modern idea of generations is overrated [Quote] appeared first on StevePerky.com.
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Last week, on August 20th, Darlene and I became grandparents. We welcomed our new grandson, Jude Alexander Korkidakis into the world. Back in May, we wrote an article dedicated to our future grandchild, and with his formal arrival, we want to repost it here. So, to a next generation leader here is what we want to pass on. Imagine for a moment, if from the early days of a child’s life we could not only instill positive character qualities, but i»
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Our modern idea of generations is overrated and may even distort our vision of how the church is designed to function. David KinnamanYou Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church…and Rethinking Faith (Baker Books, 2011), Kindle Loc 3202 The post Our modern idea of generations is overrated [Quote] appeared first on minfrasTructure.
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Here is a guest post from Jeremy Kingsley. Jeremy is a Best-selling author and Keynote speaker. He has been featured on CNBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, FOX BUSINESS, WALL STREET JOURNAL and many more large media outlets. Learn more at www.jeremykingsley.com Coming Soon to a Workplace Near You: Generation Z The generation that by most definitions we call the Millennials are becoming well established in the workforce. They’ve paved the way for their elder»
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I read an article this week about the rise of Generation Z. I was very interested to see the contrasting characteristics presented between this rising generation and their Millennial predecessors. Where Millennials are typically characterized as over-confident, demanding individuals with unrealistically high expectations, Generation Z is being touted as a realistic, cautiously confident, and work-for-what-you-have group. Of course, general stereo»
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Bringing the younger generations back towards the Son is not an easy task. Perhaps the four most pointed words describing the younger Y generation is that they are a generation often overwhelmed, over connected, over protected, and over served. These young individuals often feel stressed out from both internal and external surroundings. Some of this is due to personal issues and some of this is due from the pressure we as parents placed upon them»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Our modern idea of generations is overrated and may even distort our vision of how the church is designed to function. David KinnamanYou Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church…and Rethinking Faith (Baker Books, 2011), Kindle Loc 3202 The post Our modern idea of generations is overrated [Quote] appeared first on minfrasTructure.
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Blazing a Trail for Generational Impact Pt. 2 | Brian Houston
"Do you think it's possible to live»
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I have been considering the huge challenges we face as ministers and as local church leaders in reaching out to the multiple generations connecting to and needing to connect to the church. Some final thoughts for reaching the younger Y Generation might be helpful to consider. By 2025, 76 million Baby Boomers will be in retirement according to the U.S. Department of Labor and there will be only 46 million younger workers waiting to take their plac»